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Problem with installing catscradle
Thread poster: lien

lien
Netherlands
Local time: 21:18
English to French
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Aug 25, 2003

I cannot install properly catscradle on my computer. I already tried
several times. Of course, every times I remove the program and the files of it.

I can download it in C:\downloads. But what after? I install it in E:\programs, I can open catscradle but I cannot use it. Every time I try with a webpage, it says "not found".

Is there someone which could help me privately checking what I do wrong?
It is important, I already could not bid for two jobs for translating webpages.

Lien


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Graciela Carlyle  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:18
English to Spanish
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bit of help Aug 26, 2003

lien wrote:
I install it in E:programs, I can open catscradle but I cannot use it. Every time I try with a webpage, it says "not found".


There are some programs that "do not like" to be installed other than in C : \ Program Files .
I have it installed there, so I don't know if this might be the case.
If you go to the menu File-Open Web Page and then look for the folder where you have the pages to translate, they should open no problem.
HTH, best regards,
Grace.

[Edited at 2003-08-26 08:37]


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